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works. obviously the big story is the climate story and what happened in copenhagen a few weeks ago. i have been astonished watching the globals then after the copenhagen meeting. what happened there is perceived completely differently in europe than it is here and in utterly differently in india then it is in europe, so if you track the flow of blogs and columns that are coming across on this, the assessment ranges from catastrophe to success. my sense of the story is there were actually to copenhagen meetings. there was a formal treaty negotiation that has been going on a essentially since the united states framework convention on climate change was ratified by 190 some nations back in the early 1990's and culminated in copenhagen, and there was a very brief 12-hour head of state negotiation that took place at the end of the copenhagen meeting. the first negotiation, the formal one, failed. the second one, i will talk about that a little more in a moment but i want to give you some background to understand what was happening there. every discussion of international climate change neg
for an influx of refugees here. cbs news exposed it: a congressional judge dote the climate summit in copenhagen. now we can tell you how much it cost taxpayers as we followed the money. and steve hartman travels halfway around the world and finds the waltons? >> reporter: four generations. not only under one roof but sharing one bank account. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. he got the message: it's the economy middle-class voters most worried about. and with critical congressional elections coming up this year, president obama today rolled out a series of proposal designed to show he's on the case. chip reid is at the white house tonight and, chip, this is just the latest example of obama 2.0 reaching out to voters on main street. >> reporter: that's right, katie. the president is at the low point of his presidency right now and today he turned his attention to the middle-class to try to stop his downward slide. >> unfortunately, the middle-class has been under assault
those are not the number one issues for them. why is it important to flight to copenhagen, not once but twice? so i'm not saying that to be smarty, so much as i am asking question, why aren't we listening to people when they say they are starting for jobs lexa they're looking for economic rebounds. why do we look at the 16 million plus women in this country who currently owns all or part of a small business, and think of the untold millions of other american women who would love to harness their entrepreneurial spirit and create a little bit of a nest egg in flexibility and ownership for their small businesses? why can't we allow them just to flourish rather than try to suffocate them from the beginning? and so i want to read some of these numbers do you. i'm looking at over 30 crosstabs right here, and we compiled this from a number of national and publicly released poll so that the sample size is taken from over 3000 people in each of the three month periods between january 2009 and january of 2000. over a full year now. president obama's approval ratings have declined among every
of the outreach, and the efact it's had. copenhagen in underreported story he arrives late and he wants an agreement with the chinese premier. but he makes a strong statement on arrival that the chinese have to allow inspections. the chinese are insulted as the meetings he scheduled with the chinese prime minister. the prime minister doesn't show up. he sends a deputy to the first meeting. then an even lower level associate to a second. same with iran, where obama is rebuffed again and again and again with the russians. he got nothing in return. you wonder how long this process -- and the promise always is well, we are planning to seeds, it takes a while. we have to relax america's image. when the world loves us again we get cooperation. it hasn't happened and you wonder how long he will wait. >> bret: a.b., his critics say he was naive on a number of decisions and a number of actions. do you think that the president has really grown or changed in his first year in office? >> the most interesting question as we head to next year is whether or not we will see heads roll, new chief of sta
night. >> couric: tonight, they went to copenhagen and all you got was the bill. cbs news exposes a congressional junket to the climate summit that could make a taxpayer's temperature rise. i'm katie couric. also tonight, racially insensitive comments spell more trouble for the democrats in a critical election year. >> i've apologized to the president. i've apologized to everyone within the sound of my voice that i could have used a better choice of words. >> couric: and houston, we've got an idea. how the shuttle astronauts are helping steve hartman prove everyone in the world has a story. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. he's just nine days away from his first anniversary and the honeymoon is clearly over for president obama. a new cbs news poll is just out tonight and for the first time his job approval rating has fallen below 50%. here it is. 46% of the americans we surveyed approve of the job he's doing as president, down four points since last month.
. is he in? he's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. tell carl he's coming to new york with me. i thought you said carl was our best presentation guy. [ worker ] he is. just last week he told my team about fedex office print online for our presentations. we upload it to fedex office, then they print, bind, and ship it. the presentation looks good, right? yes, but -- wait, you didn't actually bring carl with you. good morning! but i digress. [ male announcer ] we understand. you need presentations done right. fedex office print online. fidelity, traders learn from the pros. say you want to backtest an entire portfolio of stocks. market experts show you how through fidelity's extensive trading knowledge center. and fidelity gives you free research fro
into these problems that he didn't necessarily need to get into. it's a bit like, for example, the trip to copenhagen to push for the olympics in chicago that was doomed. they obviously lost the first round of bidding on that trip. it's another thing where he doesn't realize the sort of office -- the way the office should be handled and still feeling his way out on those things. >> when you look at, you talk about that trip to copenhagen where he came back empty handed. you want to make sure if you're a president, you have a reasonably assured chance of success. but contrast where he is at home and where he was with, say, the copenhagen olympic announcement and where he was as a candidate when he gave that speech in berlin before those hundreds of thousands of people. how does so much change in a year? >> well, i mean, look, certainly one of the things that has changed overnight with the election of barack obama is the way we're perceived abroad. he had another high moment of the year was the historic speech that he gave in cairo. and he has done a lot of reaching out, reaching across the aisle, talk
argue with the u.s. having a presence at the copenhagen climate summit. >> i'm always hopeful. >> reporter: but wait until you hear what we found about how many in congress got all expense paid trips to denmark on your dime. our cameras spotted house speaker nancy pelosi at the summit. she called the shots on who got the go. that's house majority leader steny hoyer. there's the embattled chairman of the tax committee charles rangel. >> did you take care of mr. rangel? >> he sure is! >> reporter: they were joined by 17 colleagues, democrats waxman, miller, markey, gordon, butterfield, cleaver and gifford and republicans barton, upton more, capito, sullivan, black burn and sensenbrenner. that's not the half of it. finding out more was a bit like trying to get the keys to fort knox. many referred us to speaker pelosi who wouldn't agree to an interview. her office told us it will comply with disclosure requirements but wouldn't give us cost estimates or even tell us where they all stayed. senator inhofe is one of the few who provided us any details. he attended the summit on his o
's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. then get a four-star hotel at a two-star price from hotwire.com. when four-star hotels have unsold rooms they use hotwire to fill them, so you get them at ridiculously low prices. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e >>> all week long we're focusing on the big ten, the mostç important investing themes of the new year 2010. now, on "mad money," this is the year of active investing, of learning how to pick your own stocks in the strongest sectors out there. like i tell you in my new book "getting back to even," you don't have to own every single stock in the s&p 500, which is what you get when you passively invest in an s&p 500 index fund. you just want to own the winners, the best stocks in the best sectors. i will coach you as well as i
? he's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. >>> as we continue to watch this nasty weather storm, here is the storm track. you can see how this is affecting the eastern two-thirds of the country. here's the expected snowfall levels for where you may be living. you can see it gets particularly brutal around norfolk and then here's the latest live picture from nashville, tennessee. again, very dark, overcast as they deal with the brunt of the storm right now. we will keep you posted. >>> developing today, closing arguments in the trial of the man who admits killing george tiller, who performed late-term abortions. in chilling testimony yesterday accused killer scott roeder took the stand in his own defense and confessed to the jury that he shot dr.
, prince harry, i don't like your chances. think copenhagen. president obama has a lot of problems on his plate as his second year in office begins begin none may be more imposing than this. the newest critic ultimate fighter brock lesnar. he's speaking out against government run health care and president obama the ufc heavyweight champ recently fell seriously ill during a hunting trip in canada and told espn radio the only thing that saved his life was escaping that country in order to receive treatment here in the good old u.s.a.. listen to this: >> probably the lowest moment was getting care from canada. i hate to bash 'em, but they they couldn't do nothing for me. it was just like i was in a third world country. the only reason i'm mentioning this to the united states of america, because president obama is pushing this health care reform and obviously, i don't want it. >> sean: sounds like mr. lesnar is recovered and ready for a fight. >> you thought the copenhagen climate change conference couldn't become any more of a failure? the new york time albeit reluck landly reports even the
to the doctor. is he in? he's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. >>> it is time. it is time for the "lightning round" on cailer's "mad money." that's about rapid fire calls one after the other. you say the name of the stock, i tell you to buy or sell. i don't know the callers or the stock questions ahead of time. my staff prepares graphics on the fly. we play to this sound. i fooled him. and then the "lightning round" is over. are you ready skee-daddy? it is time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." francis in california. francis! >> caller: boo-yah, jim, from los angeles. how are you? >> from where i used to live. where i lived in my car. lots of nice places. interstate 5, the cops never route you. what's up? >> caller: clear wire. >> that
copenhagen. president obama has a lot of problems on his plate as his second year in office begins begin none may be more imposing than this. the newest critic ultimate fighter brock lesnar. he's speaking out against government run health care and president obama the ufc heavyweight champ recently fell seriously ill during a hunting trip in canada and told espn radio the only thing that saved his life was escaping that country in order to receive treatment here in the good old u.s.a.. listen to this: >> probably the lowest moment was getting care from canada. i hate to bash 'em, but they they couldn't do nothing for me. it was just like i was in a third world country. the only reason i'm mentioning this to the united states of america, because president obama is pushing this health care reform and obviously, i don't want it. >> sean: sounds like mr. lesnar is recovered and ready for a fight. >> you thought the copenhagen climate change conference couldn't become any more of a failure? the new york time albeit reluck landly reports even the meaningless nonbinding accord is now in jeopardy of t
the earthquake in haiti was a result of what we did at the summit in copenhagen. some say he is crazy and others say -- well, everyone says he is crazy. the race to fill ted kennedy's seat heats up and is martha copely becoming a jokely. and a bag was found with a small amount of cocaine. we'll investigate what this means for the space agency's zero tolerance and zero g's policy. greg? >> thank you, andy. >> here we go on the smooth side. i'm the guide with the source and of course i don't want to be the king or the bo is and get my point across. realize we are on the rise to the climate. >> whatever. whatever you say. >> yeah, what eva, what eva. >>> let's welcome our guests. i am here with criminal defense attorney randy spencer. she knows passing the bar like i know passing out at the bar. and he is funnier than an elf getting a lap dance from a drunken leprechaun. he is on week nights and he causes chuckles like i attract knuckles. i am beaten up daily on the way to work. and he is my yin to my yan and the pinky to my brain and the edith to my archie and the niles to my frasier. he is my rep
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not done all it can do to bring the international community to a deal in copenhagen and beyond copenhagen. and of course on the economic end, there is a sense that africa's resources are being extracted at all costs and that the people on the continent, those in communities on whose land resources lie, are still being marginalized, still being seen as invisible, even with obama in the white house. >> i guess that she pointed out the disappointments. what successes would we point to on the part of the administration? >> i would start by saying i wouldn't characterize it as disappointments. they are more concerns. i just got back from three weeks in west africa where it is evident there is still a great deal of hope. i would say president obama has a great deal of political capital spent on the continent. but in terms of successes, to me i think one of the biggest success cases is the fact that in his first year as a president, he visited the continent and we s the secretary of state visit -- spend ten days on the continent and visited over seven countries. this was quite significant.os the
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was wondering if i could say hi to the doctor. is he in? he's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. >>> next on msnbc sunday -- u.s. church members purportedly trying to rescue children in haiti are arrested. why? >>> toyota's full-page tell-all. when will the car maker start fixing the millions of cars? >>> broken limbs and frozen lines, the impact of an arctic blast of winter in the southeast. >>> they're rough and ready or not. a dramatic look at an elite u.s. fighting force in training that bravery, the braun and the battle to survive. good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. welcome to "msnbc sunday" where it's 9:00 a.m. on the east coast, 6:00 a.m. out west. we're going to bring you all that and the most trusted celebrities in america. >>> ten americans
decision today with an outstanding panel, next. 4 is he in? he's in copenhagen. oh, well, that's nice. but you can still see him! you just said he was in... copenhagen. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. (matt ryan) my face takes enough abuse. that's why i use gillette fusion for my sensitive skin. fusion has 5 blades, with an anti-friction coating, that float comfortably. fusion, proven performance even on sensitive skin. try new gillette fusion pure & sensitive shave gel - it's dye and fragrance free. >> larry: lots of political news breaking today. outstanding panel to discuss it. mark penn in new york, served as a pollster and campaign strategist for hillary clinton, pollster and adviser to presidentback beco president bill clinton and ceo of berston. ben stellar, columnist for "fortune" magazine in washington. new york, stephanie miller, hos
of a state of chaos than it's ever been, off to copenhagen, doing things that were not paramount to the bread and butter issues that matter to the american voters. now he's trying to reset too la >>> okay. hey, big spender. >> i'm proposing specific steps to pay for the trillion dollars that it took to rescue the economy last year. starting in 2011, we are prepared to freeor three years. >> question. why the spend now pay later plan? why doesn't the president propose his freeze on this year's budget? >> well, half political and half practical. as a practical matter, he wants to get spending out there because he wants to try to stimulate the economy and not cut things off the way roosevelt did halfway into his recovery plan. and you got that double dip right afterwards. it's probably political because he is a liberal, is a democrat, and they believe in spending right away. >> we also have another event this year. we have an election in november. >> right. >> maybe that's part of it. >> maybe that's the timing of the freeze. >> you know, monica's right in that people have not seen obama addre
to make that vote. >> it's like the commitment that obama made in copenhagen we're going to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to help the developing world reduce carbon. the democrats want to spend the money in the old u.s. of a and they're spending money there and stuff like this is going to be marginal for congressional democrats. >> and also the decision to try the 9/11 terrorists in new york, these are political decisions that obama's making to throw bones to his left wing. >> paul: and a big wild card this year, the special counsel, that attorney general eric holder appoint today look into whether the cia and bush administration officials should be indicted for their anti-terror policies. if he indicts, recommending indicting some of those you're going to see a firestorm. >> there's a good chance he'll make that recommendation. >> paul: all right, dorothy. we have to take one more break and when we come back the big events that will shape 2010 and beyond. our panel's predictions are next. @ >> time now for our new year's predictions and it's on tape, so we're going to hold you
and the countdown to copenhagen 15, which was such a great disappointment. we have now joined by lars vattenfhor. we heard earlier this week, of course, from the president talking about infrastructure, as well as there's big pressures on energy infrastructure at the moment, as well well. how are we, in the failure of copenhagen and the squeezing budgets, it's all about the budget being squeezed this week in europe in particular. how is that going to impact investment in europe in energy infrastructure? >> well, it's all about investment, you can say. and that i mean energy security. i mean climate change. i mean jobs, i mean growth. clearly, what has happened in copen hague.en or what did not happen in copenhagen means higher uncertainty, less investments and a delay. >> but all this pressure, as well, is on government budgets. you can't open a paper. and we talked to jean claude trichet yesterday, the greek prime minister, alistair darling in the uk, you can't open a paper without the discussion of governments having to get down their budget deficit. how is that going impact? >> i think it's going
members of congress who received all-experience paid trips to copenhagen on your dime. now our investigation reveals just how much those trips cost. we'll follow the money tonight only on the "cbs evening news." . now, it's no problem. (announcer) neutrogena tone correcting night serum with high performance soy to even skin tone and active retinol to speed cell turn over. clinically shown to visibly fade brown spots in 14 nights. i even out my skin at night so it looks younger, flawless in the morning. (announcer) neutrogena tone correcting now you can fade and prevent discolorations all day. new tone correcting spf 30. pretty. ( laughs ) there we go. ( phone rings, laughter ) ♪ ( phone rings ) victory starts now. with the special k challenge™, you can lose up to 6 pounds... in 2 weeks. now with so many delicious ways to be victorious. lose up to 6 pounds in 2 weeks. join us at specialk.com. >>> crews are working to clean up the worst oil spill off texas since 1994. the coast guard says about 462,000 gallons of oil spilled into the water on saturday. an 800-foot tanker coll
that. >> like the commit in the copenhagen we'd spend hundreds of billions to help the developing world reduce carbon. the democrats want to spend money in the usa. they are spending money there. stuff like this i think is absolutely marginal for the congressional democrats. >> and goes with the decision to try the 9/11 terrorist in new york. political decisions to make to throw bones to the left. >> paul: big white house, special counsel that attorney genre rick holder appointed to look into whether the c.i.a. and bush administration officials should be indicted for the anti-terror policies. the he indicts, recommending indicting those, you will see a firestorm. >> paul: there is a good chance that he will make that recommendation. >> >> all right. we have to take one more break. when we come back, big events to shape 2010 and beyond. the panel's predictions are next. next. o >> paul: time now for our new year's predictions and it's on tape. so we're going to hold you to them, all right? play them next year. all right, dan. >> my prediction flows out of all the anxiety we've been pum
of the taxpayer bill for the government junket to copenhagen. we'll follow the money in an exclusive investigation. >>> plus, with the help of space age technology, steve hartman explores. that and more tonight only on the cbs evening news, right here on wjz 13, baltimore. denise and vic, back to you. >> thank you, katie. and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. weet be -- we'll be right back. , >>> bernadette? >> there is another batch of rain and thunderstorms making its way through. it is pretty much gone. tv hill is now pretty much a drizzle. and tomorrow, big changes kicking in. as we head through the afternoon, clouds build up. but we only top out in the low 40s for our highs. and then really start to drop tomorrow night. for the rest of the five-day, here's bob. >>> much different. 44, 26. still above normal. 42, wednesday. clouds kept building thursday. 44, 25. chance of snow, yes. 33/18 on friday. probably englanding by saturday. 29 down to 16. yes, it's going to get cold once again. denise? >> thank you, bob. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> featuring two real good quarterbacks
-- they stay at a really nice hotel. they stayed at the marriott in copenhagen when they went to the climate summit. it was five star. it was $2200 per night. each one of the congressmen had a bill for $4400. now, that is obviously way north of what the average american spends even on their mortgage payments. and that was just for two days of fun over in copenhagen. >> it was guys and gals. there were republicans and democrats there. the total bill was $404,000. here to me was the most disturbing part of this is that when these members of congress were questioned about this kind of expenditure and using taxpayer money, many of them said they'd never seen the bills or the expense reports. isn't there an inherent problem in that? that, i guess, we have so much tax money from all of us to just throw around that nobody bothers to look at how much things cost? this is what henry waxman had to say about it, democrat from california. i was there because i thought it was important for me to be there. i didn't look at it as a pleasure trip. only problem is i think the average american would look at $
. a serious test would be if a bomb went off on a plane. in some ways, i think obama at the copenhagen conference really showed himself performing in a much more stressful situation where he took a conference that was falling apart and he mastered the dynamics. he got off the script and he really made some positive steps forward. but i agree, the white house had a little bit of a "deer in the headlines of an oncoming truck" for maybe 36 hours after this. and my guess is the next time something like this happens , it's a very disciplined white house, they'll do a better job. >> lehrer: do you think too much has been made of this? is that what you're suggesting? >> well, i would say you've got to look at it in context. it's a missed opportunity. it's a mimistake. if it happens again on something like this, then i think you have to ask some questions, why aren't they learning? but if you look at this whole first year of the white house in foreign policy-- sure, there have been some mistakes-- but on the whole this has been a much smoother first year for the operation of foreign policy tha
and the copenhagen summit. should people wait a few days? people are still dies there? >> why wait a few days? how about they just be quiet for a long time. why not hit copenhagen? >> as clarence page points out withment bush and katrina, you can't completely take the politics out of it. white house aides are talking to reporters about how president obama is leading a strong response. to me it's a question of the timing and sensitivity. every president is judged by how he responds to a disaster of this scale? >> absolutely. the setting is katrina. the word katrina is hovering over this. how was katrina handled? would this be obama's katrina. he's set to make sure it's not his katrina. this is a big operation. >> speaking of president obama, he has written the cover story for ""newsweek"" this week. we can put it on up on the screen talking about how america needs to step up to the plate. does that further the perception that the magazine is somehow in bed with the white house, or is it different because we're dealing with an almost unimaginable tragedy. >> for years when i picked up "newsweek," it
to have something new. >> later on "oprah," copenhagen. au pair is on location around the world to see how the rest of the world lives. >>> starbucks cuts calories on its menu. >> linda bell joins us live from new york with more. good morning. >> starbucks is looking to gain customers hoping to lose weight. they are adding sandwiches and some reduced calorie lattes. the new sandwiches will be less than 400 calories. this all starts next week as they look to continue recent profit growth. tough times for "the washington times." the paper is giving up its lavish headquarters on new york avenue and looking for somewhere else in the d.c. area. the job cuts last month went way deeper than first reported. all of this as the unification church founder to struggle for editorial control of the paper. stock index futures are pointing to a lower open this morning. we're keeping a close eye on the retail industry. december retail sales will come out today. shopper traffic reports a huge surge in bargain shopping after christmas. that is your business news. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, i
a cnbc exclusive from copenhagen, denmark, is mr. lars sorenson. thank you very much for being here. >> good afternoon, mike. >> when will you launch this drug in the united states? is your sales force ready to hit the ground running? and which doctors will they be targeting? >> our sales force has been ready for months now. this approval process took somewhat longer than we anticipated. so we'll be launching within weeks. we will start out hitting the key opinion leaders, specialists and then broaden out gradually to include all gps in the u.s. >> mr. sorensen, which type 2 diabetics can go on victorza? can they be on other diabetes drugs at the same time or do they have to go off them and take it all by itself? >> vivtorza is a second line treatment for individual 2 diabetes that cannot control blood sugar which is on the most commonly used drug. this means that victoza can replace some of the other second line drugs that are currently being used in the u.s. it is an injectable but very powerful blood sugar-lowering drug with a lot of other benefits. >> mr. sorensen, why are you p
. that could be dead to with the copenhagen, climate change falling apart. things of that sort. >> i think that is right. that was one of the big centerpiece issues. none of them were done. people are saying in makes it very difficult to take up an aggressivenergy bill. the only thing we might see is an energy-light bill. the one piece of leverage the white house has is they can say that businesses, if we do not pass an energy bill, the epa will do it themselves and you'll be constantly in court. that is one advantage for businesses to put pressure on the senators to get this done. >> i wish we had more done. thank you very much. have a good weekend. >>> 6:50. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> what is the latest? we're doing well in the d.c. area with this wintry mix. >> from dulles airport, .1 of a mix. parts of alexandria, parts of southern maryland, that is where we're seeing light rain locally. let's go to live super doppler snow machine and take a look at the action. you see a lot of green. there was some sleet accumulation. 1 inch of sleep-snow makeix. in two spo
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. >> there are some pretty compelling concerns. there is the copenhagen accord. people are wondering what this is. there is an agreement but it is not legally binding. >> it is important, an important step forward. it certainly is not all we were seeking. it is not yet a legally binding accord. that is where we hope this will eventually go. there are some important steps forward. all of the countries are recognizing this is a problem. we had a big battle until very recently. they were denying that had anything to do about their emissions. we have been asking about this for about four years. everybody is now incorrect i think the objectives are not going to satisfy all of the environmental groups. if countries hole to these objectives, they will make meaningful progress. >> canada was getting beaten up about this. why? >> these are the environmental groups that have always attacked our governments and others and they are unhappy with the accords. governments have to balance progress with growth. these are not easy questions. we have a position that is held, but all countries that attended the cope
first told you about those members of congress who received all-expense-paid trips to copenhagen on your dime. now, our investigation reveals just how much those trips cost. we'll follow the money tonight only on the cbs evening news. >>> jetliner down. 90 people are on board an ethiopian plane, when it crashes off beirut. the futile search of survivors. >>> a deadly rare disease. but doctors say there is hope in this. i'm terrell brown. the story coming up. >>> the latest on last night's severe storms and extensive flooding today. eyewitness news at 4:00 are you making it easier for bacteria to grow on your dentures? you are if you use toothpaste instead of soaking them in polident toothpaste is abrasive on dentures look, scratches where bacteria can collect and grow and bacteria can cause bad breath that's why i recommend replacing toothpaste with polident only polident is proven to clean without scratching and kills 99.9% of odor causing bacteria don't scratch your dentures clean use polident every day >>> it is 4:29. 59 degrees and sunny. i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter. it's
failed last month at a u.n. climate change conference in copenhagen to agree on legally binding cap for carbon emissions. pollster scott rasmussen told us americans traditionally expressed skepticism in polling about the idea of u.n. as being any positive agent for change. bret? >> bret: james, thank you. we will hear from the man thought to be part of al-qaeda's new push into yemen. that he's coming up next here on "special report." ♪ ( kids giggling ) ♪ you ve multiple cars... and multiple toys... with multiple places to go. so be smart. simplify. combine and save. get all your insurance from one allstate agent, anyou can get multiple discounts... on yourultiple policies. simpler is smarter. at's allstate's stand. are you in good hands? >> bret: news afternooned the world, i -- news around the world, iran has said to have counteroffer to nuclear backed fuel exchange plan and report says iran is proposing sending uranium abroad in stages for enrichment. the senior administration official tells fox news, the original deal remains on the table. meanwhile, the state department say
glover made that this was a response because of failure of copenhagen, we don't need that. we don't need people trying to figure out why it happened. that is irrelevant right now. what can we do to alleviate the suffering of people laying under rubble without food, without water and make sure that they have hope. for all of the people who want to argue about what god is doing. i'll tell you what god is doing. god is bringing people to haiti with water bottles and food and causing people across america to go to their computer screens and make generous contributions to the red cross and the salvation army and habitat and he is causing people to reach out and gather blankets and bottles of water. i see god at work but i don't see him tearing up haiti. i see him rebuilding it through the strong happens of people with tears down their faces realizing it could be them. geraldo, i want to mention something that touched me deeply today. bill hemmer showed -- >> geraldo: governor, please, do it on the other -- do it on the other side of the commercial break. i got to take a quick break. >> i unde
almost doubled in four days. >> already going up. and chad, we just had the copenhagen global climate conference, the controversy over those e-mails from the university of east engly, the climate center there, and the skeptics have to be saying, what about the global climate? it's cold oustside. >> where it's cold, it's warm somewhere else. it comes down like this. so the mass of the people that we see are here, and they're feeling the cold, but the people in the pacific aren't feeling the warmth because there's not that many people there. but there's warm and there's cold, and just because we're feeling the cold doesn't mean there's not record heat somewhere else, because there is. >> chad myers putting it in perspective for us. chad, thanks. >>> the christmas bombing attack, what's in store for the suspect. >> pros packing heat and if they really need that kind of protection. thanks for coming. it was rea@dy nice to meet you, a.j. yeah, you too. a.j.? (alarm blasting) (screaming) (phone rings) hello? this is bill with broadview security. is everything okay? no. there's this guy - he
harry reid. >> well, okay. whatever. >> bill: the global warming boondoggle in copenhagen cost the american taxpayer millions. john stossel has the numbers and they may make you angry. >> 9 the the sect was so powerful it knocked jay leno's show from 10:30 to 11:35. >> all out war has broken out on late night tv with conan o'brien net threatening to quit nbc. >> i plan to put on a show while at the same time stealing as many office supplies as humanly possible. >> bill: you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now! >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. sarah palin will be here in a moment. but first, the talking points memo. president obama's poll numbers continue to slip. the new cbs poll which is usually friendly to the president has the approval rating at just 46%. that is the worst showing in the poll. the rasmussen daily tracking poll has the president's approval rating at 46% with a whopping 53% of registered voters, likely to vote i should say disapproving. talking points predictd that last week with dick morris i sa
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